Economic Recovery

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will provide over $500 billion of funding for programs to jumpstart the U.S. economy, save and create jobs, and invest in the country’s future. The potential risk of collusion and fraud increases dramatically when large blocks of funds, such as those associated with the Recovery Act, are quickly disbursed.

The Antitrust Division provides extensive resources to help you identify collusion and fraud and to report possible antitrust violations associated with Recovery Act (stimulus package) funding.

Step 1: Identify Fraud and Collusion

Step 2: Report Possible Violations

Related Pages

Antitrust Division Recovery Initiative

Recovery Act Resources

May 12, 2009

Press release: Antitrust Division Announces Initiative to Help Protect Recovery Funds from Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

Updated December 28, 2015

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